FNPA 227 -The First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act (Tuition-Free)
This course will provide participants with an examination of the First Nations Fiscal and Statistical
Management Act (FSMA), including an introduction to the four major institutions created by
the FSMA and the enabling tools created by the Act. In addition, the course will provide an
opportunity for participants to learn how the enabling tools may be used to strengthen the
financial administration and economic development capacities of First Nation communities.
Start Date: 2013
Although a board may have broadly defined legal duties, its role in evaluating management, providing strategic oversight, and dealing with the complexity of today’s regulatory environment has never been more tested—or more critically dependent on effective
leadership. Boards strive to promote sound governance and effective leadership while facing many issues including financial resilience, corporate strategy, executive compensation,
and regulatory compliance. This course examines board structure, roles and responsibilities within the context of how to effectively lead the organization through periods of adversity and opportunity. The course identifies tools to help boards harness the considerable
talents of board members to create a cohesive and forward-thinking unit.
BIOL 120 - Human Anatomy and Physiology - 4.00 Credits
Students will learn common health terminology, anatomy, and physiology of the following body systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive, and urinary.
Prerequisites: BIOL 060 , or Biology 12.
November 12, 2012
Last day to Add/Drop this course is – November 26, 2012
Last day to withdraw/change to audit is – March 12, 2013
Completion Date – May 12, 2013
When applying for BIOL 120, please select
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